ArtWalk Boone

November 06, 2010

Today Wayne and I drove up the  mountain to (finally) set up our products at the ArtWalk in Boone.  We always love any excuse to visit the mountains – it is truly one of our favorite places to spend time.

The ArtWalk is quite a fun shop.  It’s an Emporium-style setup with tons of artists and almost anything you can imagine available for sale.

Last time I went, I spent a good bit of time wandering around and taking photos of various displays.   There were SO many that I loved….it was hard to choose which pictures to post!

Not pictured above is the vast collection of Derfla paintings that are just beautiful.

And finally, adding to the list of artists is, of course, Belle Terre!  Here’s our little shelf by the stairs:

To top off all the lovely items available for purchase, the staff at ArtWalk are quite nice and knowledgeable about the varied products.  If you’re in Boone, stop by and visit the ArtWalk – it’s worth the trip.






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